Workshop: How do I recruit the best?
June 16 @ 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
How do I recruit the best?
How do I recruit the best? A workshop for managers in science, technology and engineering.
Getting good staff is a perpetual problem for managers. In some disciplines like software engineering, there just aren’t enough good engineers in the labour market. In others like marketing, there are plenty of candidates and this places a huge strain on managers to select for the right skills.
This problem of how to recruit the best is not going to abate any time soon.
Who’s this workshop aimed at?
SME managers in science, technology and engineering who find it challenging to find high quality staff.
What will you learn?
Valid, tangible and immediately applicable information and methods to enable you to recruit the best.
What’s the workshop style?
A small group of managers from science, technology and engineering sharing the problem but encouraged and enabled by five short presentations from two experienced tutors.
What’s the workshop programme?
09:30 Arrive, coffee, tea & Danish pastries
10:00 Session 1: Designing the best jobs
10:30 Session 2: Specifying the best people
11:00 Session 3: Finding the best candidates
11:30 Coffee/tea break and networking
12:00 Session 4: Selecting the best
12:30 Session 5: Making sure the best join
13:00 Buffet lunch and networking
Tickets are £100 for early bird tickets, which are available to 16th May. Standard tickets are £150. Prices exclude VAT.
To book visit our Eventbrite page.
About your tutors?
John is an alumnus of Loughborough University of Technology, the Open University Business School and Birkbeck, University of London in engineering, management and psychology. He has run science, technology and engineering companies and led R&D activities in SMEs and multi-nationals over the past 30 years. Today he is a consultant in organisational development and human resource management.
Over the past 30 years Sue has led the human resource function in several firms, heading up and driving recruitment across chemicals, aerospace, education and charities. She is an alumnus of Newcastle University, De Montford University and the Open University in education, psychology and human resource management. Sue started TimelessTime 10 years ago as an HR and organisational development consulting firm.